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Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Seas

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Directed byTsutomu Shibayama
Based onDoraemon's Long Tales: Noby's Great Adventure in the South Sea
by Fujiko F. Fujio Pro
Produced byJun Kaji
Junichi Kimura
Toshihide Yamada
  • Nobuyo Ōyama
  • Noriko Ohara
  • Michiko Nomura
  • Kaneta Kimotsuki
  • Kazuya Tatekabe
  • Mach Fumiake
  • Yū Hayami
  • Yōko Asagami
  • Tōru Emori
CinematographyToshiyuki Umeda
Edited byHajime Okayasu
Music bySenri Ohe


Fujiko F. Fujio Pro
Shin-Ei Animation

Distributed byToho

Release date

  • March 7, 1998

Running time

91 minutes
Box office$32.1 million[1]

Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Seas[2] (ドラえもん のび太の南海大冒険, Doraemon Nobita no Nankai Daibōuken) is a science fiction adventure film which premiered on March 7, 1998 in nhật bản, based on the 18th volume of the same name of the Doraemon Long Stories series. It won Best Animation Film at the 1998 Mainichi Film Awards and was also nominated for best animation film in the Japanese Media Arts Festival. In late năm trước, Disney XD in Southeast Asia produced and aired an English dub version of this movie. It is the first Doraemon movie after the death of Fujiko F. Fujio. It's the 19th Doraemon film.

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Nobita Nobi and his friends are discussing school project themed around seas and oceans. Interested in pirate life and treasury, Nobita asks Doraemon đồ sộ help him find secret treasures. Doraemon at first denies the pirates roaming in the present day as well as the existence of secret treasures, but after learning news about recently discovered treasury, he helps Nobita in his sea voyage in tìm kiếm for the secret treasure. Bringing along Shizuka Minamoto, Takeshi "Gian" Goda, and Suneo Honekawa, they roam the Pacific Ocean while playing ship and sea danger simulators with Doraemon's gadgets.

However, Doraemon senses a time distortion that takes the group đồ sộ the 16th century when real dangerous phenomena and sea monsters begin appearing. When a whirlpool destroys the group's ship, Nobita goes missing due đồ sộ drowning and floating away, while the others are rescued by 16th century-pirates boarding a huge pirate ship. All but a few of Doraemon's gadgets are gone following the whirlpool incident and they must assist the pirates in rescuing their comrades, with a female pirate named Betty having lost track of her brother and father, who is the leader of the company. Although Doraemon's treasure map is torn in half, the pirates learn that their map is exactly the same as their own treasure map, confirming the existence of the secret treasures.

Meanwhile, a drowned Nobita is rescued by a dolphin and taken đồ sộ an island where Betty's younger brother, Jack lives. Although Nobita is unable đồ sộ converse with Jack due đồ sộ a language barrier, the two befriend and Nobita learns the dolphin's name, Ruffin, as well as the fact that Jack is also separated from his family, lượt thích himself. The pirate company eventually arrives at the island and begins searching for Nobita and Jack. One by one, the pirates and Doraemon's company are attacked and captured by the island's inhabitants, which Doraemon notes as being uncannily similar đồ sộ a pirate simulator created in the 22nd century.

After Riffin catches a glimpse of the other torn half of treasure map owned by Nobita, it quickly leads Nobita and Jack đồ sộ a 22nd-century-underground facility, but are captured by security guards. It is revealed that the facility is run rẩy by a 22nd-century businessman named Cash, who creates and sells genetically altered animals for money with the help of a scientist, Dr. Clone. Ruffin is taken đồ sộ be experimented in Dr. Clone's laboratory, while Nobita and Jack are thrown đồ sộ jail and reunited with Doraemon and the pirate company.

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Two pirates of the pirate company who are not captured stage a plan đồ sộ bail the others as well as the pirates captured earlier, including Betty and Jack's father, out. They eventually manage đồ sộ bởi that, and Nobita and his friends go đồ sộ break the control system and miễn phí Ruffin. Cash orders the genetically altered animals đồ sộ attack the company, but they manage đồ sộ defeat all of them. Eventually, Cash's masterpiece, a sea monster breaks out and attacks the group. The sea monster swallows Doraemon and Cash, but the former manages đồ sộ get himself and Cash out through a pinch gadget. The sea monster crashes into the walls of the cave which contains the facility, effectively flooding it as well as the rest of the island.

As the island starts sinking, the company escapes from the island with the help of Ruffin and its other dolphin friends. Cash is arrested by the Future Time Patrols summoned by Ruffin, who is revealed đồ sộ be a secret agent of them who was sent đồ sộ bust out Cash and his associates. The pirates, having recovered their leader, Betty and Jack's father, are now rich as they have found the secret treasures on the island. Bidding the pirates goodbye, Nobita and his friends return đồ sộ the present time as they see that the pirates have erected a sail featuring Doraemon's face on it.


Character Voice
Doraemon Nobuyo Ōyama
Nobita Nobi Noriko Ohara
Shizuka Minamoto Michiko Nomura
Takeshi "Gian" Goda Kazuya Tatekabe
Suneo Honekawa Kaneta Kimotsuki
Jack Mach Fumiake
Betty Yū Hayami
Rufin Yōko Asagami
Captain William Kidd Tōru Emori
Gonzalez Kikuō Hayashiya
Pancho Hayashiya Shōzō IX
Captain Colt Osamu Saka
Mr. Cash Tsunehiko Kamijō
Dr. Clone Kōsei Tomita
Leviathan Chafurin
News anchors Jūrōta Kosugi
Nobuo Tobita
Computer Naomi Nagasawa
Pirates Toshihiko Nakajima
Isshin Chiba
Peter Stone
Paul Lukas
Dennis Falt
Patrick Harlan
Mermen Masashi Hirose
Keiji Fujiwara
Tomokazu Seki
Hiroshi Naka
Dai Matsumoto
Nobita's Mama Sachiko Chijimatsu
Nobita's Papa Yousuke Naka


The film was released in the theatres of nhật bản on 7 March 1998.


External links[edit]

  • Doraemon The Movie 25th page (in Japanese)
  • Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Seas at IMDb